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View Resource Nanotechnology: Molecular dynamics simulations of carbon nanotube-based gears

The article in the Institute of Physics' (IOP) Nanotechnolgy entitled "Molecular dynamics simulations of carbon nanotube-based gears" offers a glimpse into the future of what scholarly publishing could be. Concepts "come alive" in the multimedia appendices. The eight page article (available in Adobe Acrobat [.pdf] and postscript format) is tailored for specialists and includes some photos, but all...
View Resource Digital Video Broadcasting Multimedia Home Platform

The Multimedia Home Platform (MHP) "defines a generic interface between interactive digital applications and the terminals on which those applications execute." This gives different digital content providers the freedom to address any type of terminal, regardless of the end user's hardware. While the movement toward this kind of standard is not popular yet in the US, it is gaining momentum across...
View Resource Nature Online Video Streaming Archive

Moray eels and honeybees aren't usually found in the same habitats, but they sure seem to blend well on Nature's online video archive. Designed to complement selected articles and letters from their print magazine, these videos feature analysis and commentary from Nature editors and selected scientists. This archive contains over two dozen video features that report on the honeybee genome, smoking...
View Resource National Gallery of Art: Videos & Podcasts

The National Gallery of Art is one of America's finest treasures and they continue to offer a host of new resources for people who can visit the museum in person and those who cannot. The offerings are also organized chronologically, and visitors will find discussions of French painting ("The Magic of Fontainebleau") by curator Kimberly Jones, performances by The Choir of St George's Chapel, and...
View Resource NASA eClips

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) are the focus of this fantastic website by NASA. It's a teaching tool that utilizes video segments to provide flexibility and inspiration for those teaching STEM-related topics to grades K-5, 6-8 and 9-12. Additionally, many of the advanced grade segments are appropriate for introductory college level courses in these areas. Launchpad is...

View Resource Movavi

Movavi is an online video converter that works simply and quickly to make a range of files available for a variety of purposes. Visitors can add the URL of a file to the online converter, and it can convert files up to a size of 100MB. Users can also select an output format. In addition, there's a FAQ section and a collection of short guides to using the program. This program is compatible with...
View Resource Digital Hub: Chicago Mayor's Office

Cities around the world are making information accessible to people around the globe and Chicago is part of this exciting trend. The Digital Hub site from the Chicago Mayor's Office provides information about a variety of new digital initiatives, including data sets from different city departments and information about hackathons. On the homepage, visitors can look over sections that include City...

View Resource MIT Video

With 150 channels and over 12,000 videos, MIT Video is one of the great unsung repositories of the Internet. Looking for videos related to the arts? There are 174 available. Or perhaps you are more interested in Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences. More than 80 videos are waiting for you. Indeed, there are also 261 Engineering videos, 182 videos about Robotics, 181 videos related to...